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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS ■Hare's Another Seeker I For Heavyweight Honors I JOHN LKMM. LONDON, Feb. 4. —John Lamm, the Swisa wrestler, who has Just defeated Cornelius O'Kelly, winner of the heavyweight competi tions at the Olympic games last year, is anxious to meet Gotch. He says that he believes he could beat either Gotch or Hacken ■chmldt, but as it doesn't seem possible to get the latter to wrestle anybody likely to give him a close contest, he is going to confine himself to arranging a meeting with the American. Lemni was the winner of the big international wrestling tour- Bey held in London last year. FAMOUS PITCHER HUSTLES FREIGHT TO PREPARE FOR NEXT CAMPAIGN TOUNO CV YOUNG, WINTER AND SUMMER. BOSTON, Feb. 4.—Wielding the heaviest iron bar in the tool chest Of the National Express Co. as leader of the ice-breaking gang, and hustling freight between times, "Young Cy" Young, the hm&kr southpaw now with Pitts bnrg. Is getting into shape for the Coming season on the slab. Two mon...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

GOVERNOR HASKELL ACCUSED OF FRAUD OKLAHOMA EXECUTIVE AM) SIX OTHERS INDICTED FOR CONSPIRACY. (By United Ptpsb leased Wire.) MUSKOGEE, Okla., Feb. 4. — Governor Charles N. Haskell, with six others, was indicted by the fed eral grand jury yesterday for con spiracy to defraud the government In the scheduling of town lots in Muskogee. i ■P. B. Severers, A. E. English, C. W. Turner, W. T. Hutchins, James W. Hill and Walter E. Eaton were the others indicted. Eaton is secretary of the Indlollej WILL INAUGURATE JUVENILE COURT PROJECT IS ENDORSED AT LARGELY ATTENDED MEET ING OP CITIZENS. At a meeting held In Judge Easterday's court yesterday after noon, which was attended by more than 200 persons, it was formally decided to Inaugurate a juvenile court at once. A number of in . formal addresses were made. The speakers told of the suffering and ELECTRIC ROAD FROM OLYMPIA TO TACOMA C. T. MOROK ASKS FOR FHAN-i CHIHK AT STATE CAPITAL— A«.i:i:i:s TO TUT UP BIG BOND. (By United Press Leased Wire.) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

OLE HANSEN GOES ON WARPATH • (Times Special Service.) OL.TMPIA, Feb. 4 —Ole Hanson la off the reservation and run ning amuck. Entirely reckless of political consequences he has a half dozen schemes for bringing the senate to time and incident ally getting at the race track bus iness. Hanson as chairman of the house banking committee served notice on one or two senators in terested In banks to look out for him, and they did to the extent of voting to bring His bill out from the judiciary committee. The senate rule requiring a two thirds vote boat him out of the emergency clause, but Ole Is never without resources. His latest plan is to bring suit against the King County Fair association to have its charter revoked on the ground that It Is a common nuis ance and does an illegal business. Then he proposes to advertise in the papers of the state for proof City Hesitates to Accept JVine Acres of Land for TarK With nine acres of beautiful £ulch for a public park ready to be turned over to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

IORTH END GETS WATER HYDRANTS FREE: OTHER SECTIONS PAY BILL North End citizens have a snap. ■ They pay nothing toward the Water hydrants of citizens living to the rest of the town, but the , 'other people must pay for their own and then help pay for those In the North End besides. It is a great game and the city council has not wit enough to de- . Ttse a plan for stopping the in- : Justice. The practice has been : going on for two years, but the i council has not found any way i out of it. i The trouble comes over the t private water system in the North i End. It refuses to put in any i HALLOF WANTS PURE BOOZE OLYMPIA, Feb. 3. —Wbile all the forces of local option are surg ing around the legislative halls demanding that J. Barleycorn be banged, drawn and quartered, Representative Hallof Chelan, calmly assuming that we will al ways have whisky with us, is pre paring that we may have better booze. He has a bill which will prohibit the sale or possession of rectified spirits, that is w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

TRAINS OVER U. P. IN 18 MONTHS '(By United Press Leased Wire ) PORTLAND, Feb. 4.— J. D. Farrell, general manager of the Oregon & Washington railroad, <lie Harriman extension to Puget S'liiiiil, announced this afternoon that through trains would be in operation between Portland and Tacoma over the new line in from IB to 18 months. "We are hard at work on both ANOTHER ANTI-JAP BILL IS DEFEATED (By United Press Incased Wire.) SACHAMKNTO, Feb. 4.—ln the presence of an audience of 2,000 which howled with delight at the expression of an anti-Japanese sentiment, the assembly this 1110111 --lni? defeated Grove L. Johnson's bill prohibiting Juptuiese from be ing members of corporations by a vote of 54 to 15. This was one of the bills to which President Roosevelt was Opposed. LIQUOR TRAFFIC IS NOWDOOMED (By United Press l.cnscl Wire.) NASHVOJJ3, Term., Feb. 4.— The house this afternoon passed over the governor's veto by a vote of 59 to 37, a bill prohibiting the manufacture of liquor I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 February 1909

MAKE BIG CLAIMS ON CITY FOR DAMAGES For playing politics with fhe Tacoma water supply the city now may have to pay damages to con tractors amounting to $22,506.43. After two years of wrangling the city council and the Old Wright administration the hatchet was finally burled Just about a year ago and both sides •greed to co-operate on a plan to Ifet an adequate water supply for the city, for temporary use, both •ides agreeing that within a few years at most the city would want to gat a big gravity system. Plans were made for bringing Che Maplewood springs water In. Contracts were let to George Mil- . ton Savage, the Halltdtc Machin ery company and Knoell Brothers for the pipe lines, machinery and pumping station and the entire bill was to be about $250,000. This would have delivered the •ntlre output of Maplewood ■prings to the city, amounting to from 15,000,000 to 25,000,000 gallons of pure water. After the contract had been signed the present administration PARK BOARD SWINGS BIG DE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. 4O ROOSEVELT TO BLOCK CENSUS FRAUD ANTIS WIN ROUND IN HOUSE rOMiOWING A BLtTNDERING, DREARY NIGHT SESSION, ANTI-BAIX>ON LEAGUE'S LO CAL OPTION MEASURE IS PASSED. UP TO THE SENATE NEXT (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. 5. —The petty jealousy and the animosity which the resident of a small commun ity somehow feels it his duty to bear that of a large, is the force that passed the anti-saloon league local option bill in the house. Out of such small things fre quently come great. The repre sentatives of the cities of the third class and the towns of the state absolutely declined to allow an exception to be made in favor of Seattle, Tacoma or Spokane un less they could share In it. And the result was the sudden disin tegration of the majority of the house which was willing to amend the anti-saloon league bill. To none of the members of the house who talked long and labor ously for the bill, to none of the mora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS rM JEFFRIES TO CLEAN UP $50,000 TBjr ttalted Pres* Leased Wire.) LOS ANOBLES, Feb. s.—Jim tfoffries Is making preparations to fiay to go to Bakersfield next Tuesday where he will give the opening performance of a two weeks tour of the Interior towns Of the state. This tour will be preliminary to his eastern en gagement which opens in New York March 8 and will ran for 20 'weeks. The California tour is expected to net enough money to pay the entire expenses of Jeffries' east . era engagement for which he is to receive $2,500 a week. Thus Jeff Will clean up $50,000 clear profit f|h less than live months, making his dally wage nioro than twice that of the president of the United States. FAST VICTORIA TEAM HERE TONIGHT The Tacoma Y. M. C. A. bas ketball team, It is believed, will, tonight, have the hardest job it lias yet tackled on the home floor, when it meets the Victoria team. Harry Booth, who refereed the game at Vancouver the other night Bays Victoria is the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

PASS BILLS TO BAR JAPS FRON SCHOOLS MEMBERS OF CAUFORXI.VS LOWER HOI si: DROP BOM It INTO WHITE HOISE BY ADOPTING MUCH MOOTED MEASURE. (By United Press L.ay.d Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Feb. 5. — A crumb of comfort was dropped to the anti-Japanese agitators and consternation thrown Into the White House at Washington yes terday by the passage of the Johnson bill in the house, ex cluding Japanese children from the public schools and providing they must be segregated in sep arate institutions. The bill passed 4 8 to 26, but BANK IS NOW COLLECTING STADIUM SUBSCRITIONS You can take your money down to the Pacific National bank and pay those stadium subscriptions now. The school board has authoriz ed the bank to collect the cash and give receipts, and these re New Shirts In Spring Patterns are here. Both Cluett and Eagle makes; cuffs on or off; coat style or regular make. Eagle Shirts, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. Cluett Shirts, $1.50 and $2.00. Menzies & Stevens Clothiers, Furnishers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

SAFETY ALARM SYSTEM IS URGED Councilman Hawthorne next 'week will present the matter of Installing a semaphore system of alarm bells on Pacific avenue and O streets to warn citizens when the fire apparatus Is coming. He investigated the system in use at Seattle and says It Is all right and can be put In for $1.25 a signal bere. He will advocate putting in four alarms at Ninth and C and Pacific, Eleventh and Pacific and Thirteenth and Pacific. Flowering bulbs at cost for nerl ten days. Tacoma Imp. & Seed Co., 15th and Com, ••• BUILDING CODE MODIFIED Another night was put in by the Jouncll committee on public build ings liist night discussing the new building code. Contractors and builders present objected to many provisions of the new ordinance, w'lilrli was drawn up by the insur ance men. The committee finally agreed to cut out the provision requiring that an architect prepare plans to be filed for every little dwelling. The provision was changed so that plans need not be filed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

tEPENDENT CANDIDATE AGAINST HAWTHORNE I, strong movement has been id In the Seventh : ward ,' to il Robert wT Jon en out as an pendent V candidate ' for ?- the ill against •J. B. Hawthorne, m will run as an Independent he platform of no politics In clpal government and for the I Arise Jersey Cow Gives Eight and One-Half I Tons of Mil k in Single Record Year She produced $3215.54 worth of butter and ate 906.48 worth Of feed. Her calves are worth from ft 000 to $5000 each. <Bjr United Press Leased Wire.) JERSEY, 111., Pe>. *.—A. O. Auten, wealthy traction man, claims the world's championship for his Jersey cow, Jacoba Irena, which he has on his fine dairy term here. Auten has a herd of cattle which he also claims are the greatest average producers in the world. Jacoba Irena is No. 146,443 In the Jersey registry. The test Which establishes her champion ships lasted exactly one year. It began Jan. 25, 1908, when a new calf was born, and ended Sunday Bight, Jan. 24, 1909. During th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

9 - MILLDTERT SCHOOLS. ■ MILLINERY lessons, day and night classes. East Morton and H at. A 17»1. " LOST —Small Jersey cow. left yes terday forenoon. Call Main 2507 or notify 2720 Alaska st. Reward. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED — to build small .house, must take real estate In part payment. Call Main C 568. for SALEMISCELLANEOUS FOR SALEI acre on the Interur ban, close to Tacoma, cheap; also f lots close to Spanaway line. This must be sold, we need the money. Room 320 Bankers' Trust Bldg. FOR SALE —A good, trusty, bay horse, weight 1150 lbs. - Apply 5712 So. 7th st., Main 5618. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Cancer Cured free All Cancers cured _treo"of charge. No knife used. Jjuison House, M47H DO. D st. y Flߣ^*c_insure your nouse and fur .'tiituro In reliable companies. We have them. H. J. Schwlnn & Co. bit Bankers' Trust Bldg. BTAR WINDOW CLEANING CO., M. - 8639, A 1639. Janitor service. ARE YOU DISGUSTED with the dyeing, cleaning and pressing bus iness? Now then, try the place op posite the Star...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 February 1909

TACOMA MAN KILLS RIVAL Officers in Deadly Duel in Seattle Freight Yards—Jealousy the Cause. SEATTLE, Feu. 6.—W~S. Dua toy and Alex S. Smith, special policemen working as night watchmen for the Northern Pa cific railroad, fought a deadly pis tol duel In the company's freight sheds on Second ay. smith yester day afternoon shortly after 4 O'clock. Smith was killed instantly. Dud ley was shot twice. One bullet ■truck him in the face below and forward of the lower lobe of the left car. The ball ranked back ward and severed one of the ar teries at the base of the tongue, then lodged in the back of the neck. Another bullet struck him la the left hand. Dr. Park W. 'Willis, who attended him, report ed to the police that he would be oat in a few days. Smith was shot Just above the heart, through the right hand and three or four times through the right leg. Smith was using a common .38-caliber revolver. Dud ley was armed with a .32-ca!lber automatic. When the duel was over Dudley had emptied i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 50 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL.. 6. NO. 41 U. S. BA TTLESHIPS IN GREA T RA CE FOR HOME WOULD GAG THE PRESS Kew criminal coi>e proposkd ny rwammxrae attou- NEYB WOULD MIZZLE ALL XKWSPAPKRB — XKWH CON CERNING CRIMES PROHIBITED, OTHER PROVISIONS DRAS TIC IN EXTREME. TOWN RUNS AWAY To Escape Payment of Bonds, Citizens Move Buildings and Aban don Townsite (By United Press Leased Wire.) HUTCHINBON, Kan., Feb. 6. .—Escaping payment of $35,000 bonds and $1,000 Interest, Ulysses, capital of Grant county, Is today located a mile and a half outside of Its own city limits. Only a frame courthouse and a school building mark the spot where twenty years ago stood a prosper ous village of 1,200 Inhabitants. The bonds, which were issued twenty years ago to build water works and make other municipal Improvements, are held by an Eastern national bank. When the bank commenced legal proceed ings last October to collect the bonds, which amounted to more than the entire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1909

■ INDIAN RUNNER TAKES RACE FROM SHRUBB IN GREAT I BURST OF SPEED (By United Press Leaaed Wire.) NBW YORK, Feb. 6.—Tom Longboat disposed of another as piring foreigner who sought Mara thon 'honors at Madison Square Garden last night, defeating Al fred Shrubb, the Englishman. Shrurbb took the_lead at the start, •and, with machlne-llke running, .pulled away from the Indian until *ie was eigtt laps ahead. Long boat could not be shaken out of 111* long swing stride but kept steadily on. After the twenty ; fln>t mile, Shrubb began to get un easy. He stopped to change Ills Shoes, occasionally dropped to a walk and then the new bride of Longboat came out on the track and cheered her husband on. Longboat let out another notch in his stride and gradually closed Up the gap on the now thoroughly distressed Englishman. When the Indian finally passed him, the crowd went wild and Shrubb collapsed on the track, leaving Longboat to finish alone. Time, 2:53:40 2-5. CARLISLE SCHOOL RUNNER IS ANOTHE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1909

DESERTER IS CAPTURED HERE Otto Cummings, a deserter from the United States army, was ar rested last night by Officer Mttchel and taken this morning to Fort Law ton at Sea •, Cummlngs ■was a private In <:u..,]>any B, Third infantry, and deserted when sta tioned at the American lake en campment last summer. Immediately after leaving the army, Cummings married a Taco ma girl. He has not worked but little since that time, his wife says, and has not supported her for months. When Mitchel made the arrest last night, Mrs. Cummings told him that all that she had eat en for the past three days had been donated by friends. Mrs. Cummings accompanied her husband and will live with a sister in Seattle. PLEA FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE Puget Sound university students last night were urged to stand for woman suffrage by Rev. W. H. W. Rees, pastor of the First Metho dist church of Seattle, who ad dressed the college on "Winners." Dr. Rees thinks that when the ■women get the ballot they would settle th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 February 1909

- m - . , - - ■ ' '' w% ' Mile. A. Uiunnu, with the Ltimbardi Grand Opera rinnimny, in "La Boheme," at the Tacoma tlwater tonight. AT THE TA.COMA "BKEWHTNR'S MILLIONS." "Brewster's Millions," one of the most pronounced successes of recent years in New York and Chicago, and London, will be pre sented at the Taconia theater Sun day and Monday. The dramatiza tion of McCutcheon's book does not touch very strongly on either the comic or the tragic, but while it lasts it does amuse. The storm at sea, showing a yacht be ing pitched about is a most effec tive bit of realism. The plot of "Brewster's Millions" offers op portunity for any amount of amus ing situations. "BEN HUB" COMING. Klaw & Erlanger's mammoth mechanical production of General Lew Wallace's mighty play, "Ben Hur," with its lustrous Star of Bethlehem, its camels, Arabian steeds, Oriental trappery andj mimic splendor of the "gorgeous, East," will soon be seen in Taco nia. The present staging is of Buch stupendous proportion...

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